12 Facts About Swisscom


The present-day Swisscom owns the protected brand NATEL, which is used and known only in Switzerland.

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In 2007, Swisscom acquired a majority stake in Italy's second-biggest telecom company Fastweb.

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Swisscom originally specialised in providing High-Speed Internet Access services to hotel guests in European 4- and 5-star hotels.

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Swisscom announced its new visual identity on 14 December 2007.

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Swisscom combined its entertainment offering under the umbrella of the "blue" brand from 2020.

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Swisscom Wholesale provides other Swiss telecommunications providers with commercial voice, data and broadband products.

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In Switzerland, Swisscom offers products and services from its core business under the main Swisscom brand.

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Swisscom sells products and services under the Wingo secondary brand as well as third-party brands such as Coop Mobile and M-Budget Mobile.

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Abroad, Swisscom's presence is primarily in Italy through the Fastweb brand.

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Swisscom was ranked 20th in the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World in 2015.

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Swisscom has been granted the Sustainability Award 2020 by World Finance as the world's most sustainable organisation in the telecommunications industry.

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In 2021, as in the previous year, Swisscom was named the Swiss mobile communications provider with the best network by the trade journal "Connect".

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